Senator Graham and his soulmate John McCain have invested vast amounts of their personal capital into instigating a new Cold War with the Russians and despite their constant meddling, President Donald Trump shook hands with Vladimir Putin in Hamburg on Friday.
The Sunday morning shows were flooded with those who should have no influence in the nation’s affairs of state as they whined over the resilient Trump’s escape from their trap to have an extended meeting with Putin in a private setting.
— The Hill (@thehill) July 9, 2017
A senior Senate Republican on Sunday said President Trump’s plan to work with Russia on cybersecurity is “pretty close” to the “dumbest idea I’ve ever heard.”
Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) called Trump’s Friday meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin “disastrous” and said the president has a “blind spot” on Russia.
“When it comes to Russia I am dumbfounded, I am disappointed, and at the end of the day he’s hurting his presidency by not embracing the fact that Putin is a bad guy,” Graham said on NBC News’s “Meet the Press.”
“He is literally the only person I know of who doesn’t believe Russia attacked our election in 2016,” Graham said of Trump, who has said that “nobody really knows” whether the Russians were behind attempts to hack the 2016 presidential election.
Graham stressed that there is no evidence the Russian meddling influenced the vote, but he said that by denying the conclusion of U.S. intelligence agencies, Trump “throws our intelligence communities under the bus.”
The Palmetto State princess was in need of a really big hug from the FAKE newsman Todd:
Not that Graham was the only one, the propaganda shows were filled with warmongering Never Trumpers who all looked like Santa Claus had left them a stockingful of horse manure instead of the ponies that they wanted after he made his Christmas visit.
Sometimes life just sucks.